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Council achieves Food for Life Served Here award for the fourth time Catering staff at Inverclyde Council are celebrating as they have maintained their Food for Life Served Here Bronze award for another year, ensuring that pupils in 20 primary schools in the area continue to enjoy fresh, local and sustainable school meals.
Share your care story People using care services in Inverclyde can now share stories of their experiences thanks to a partnership between Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) and Care Opinion.
Thousands enjoy Comet Festival return Thousands of people descended on Port Glasgow for the return of the Comet Festival at the weekend.
‘Positive' start for new government-backed Task Force A new task force aimed at securing additional funding and support for Inverclyde has met for the first time and been hailed as a ‘positive’ new development for the area.
Summer Reading Challenge set to sizzle An action-packed programme of events will take place throughout Inverclyde for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, which is now underway.
Making parking simpler in Inverclyde The council is seeking views on proposals to alter existing regulations, which vary in towns and villages, and standardise them right across the area.
Levelling Up bid aims to put the heart back into Greenock The plans, if successful, could bring £22m investment to transform Greenock Town Centre.
Standardised Parking Consultation Consultation launched to get the views of residents and visitors on standardising parking across Inverclyde.
Child loss support increased Greater support for Inverclyde Council staff who suffer the loss of a child has been unanimously backed by councillors.
Comet Festival set to sparkle The Comet Festival returns to Coronation Park, Port Glasgow, on Saturday 25 June 2022.